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They are using sand as "hardcore" is it any wonder it sinks.........:cheesy:

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Can they also go look at South Pattaya road its been bad since they installed the water mains years ago particularly the drain covers at the beach end near the temple they have all sunk again causing damage and danger especially for motorcycles...thanks

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The mysterious orient...

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I am sure that the repair works were billed extra ....... see you further first! 

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They really don't seem to understand or know how to handle sand!  The subsurface conditions in that whole region are pretty much sand.  Sand compacts, gets eaten away by water, etc.  No concept there of stabilizing a road bed.

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Only the beginning of this problem, then the repairs will need to be repaired, then no more buried cables...

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13 minutes ago, gk10002000 said:

They really don't seem to understand or know how to handle sand!  The subsurface conditions in that whole region are pretty much sand.  Sand compacts, gets eaten away by water, etc.  No concept there of stabilizing a road bed.

Oh they understand.

 

 

That they get paid treble when they need to do it three times.

 

The same as the number of kickbacks.

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16 hours ago, johng said:

Can they also go look at South Pattaya road its been bad since they installed the water mains years ago particularly the drain covers at the beach end near the temple they have all sunk again causing damage and danger especially for motorcycles...thanks

I rode down Klang recently and noticed that one of the concrete covers still had the lifting hooks proud by over 2 inches, a motorcycle accident waiting to happen. 

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